|Name Ralph Rimmer||Role Rugby player|
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Ralph Rimmer is a rugby league administrator who is currently the Chief Operating Officer for the Rugby Football League following his appointment in 2010.
Rimmer was chief executive of Sheffield Eagles during the early days of Super League. He enjoyed success with the club as they reached the Challenge Cup Final in 1998, however as finances pressures developed he then became one of the key players in the 1999 merger with Huddersfield Giants. He became chief executive of the new club and held that position until 2004, when he was succeeded by the incumbent, Richard Thewlis. From 2004 to 2010 he was the Managing Director of the Galpharm Stadium whilst also joining the Board of Huddersfield Town AFC for that period and remaining a Director at Huddersfield Giants RLFC, after which he relinquished all positions to take up his role at the governing body.
Rimmer was manager of the Ireland national rugby league team between 1997 and 2002, which included the 2000 World Cup campaign.